|A1||Open Up Wide||3:47|
|A2||Livin' In Heat||2:53|
|A4||Handbags And Gladrags||3:21|
|A5||Get It On||2:57|
|B1||Boys And Girls Together||2:49|
|Invitation To A River (Medely)|
|B2.1||Two Minds Meet||2:47|
|B2.3||Paint It Sad||2:40|
|C2||So Many People||2:44|
|C4||It Won't Be Long||3:06|
|C5||I Can Feel It||2:51|
|C6||Woman Of The Dark||5:56|
|D.4||Aphrodite Part I (Venus)||2:02|
|D.5||Aphrodite Part II (Venus)||3:36|
|BG 33737||Chase||Chase / Ennea (2xLP, Comp, RE)||Epic||BG 33737||US||Unknown|
Trumpet – Alan Ware, Bill Chase, Jerry Van Blair, Ted Piercefield. Typography – Morris Greenberg. Vocals – G. G. Shinn. Produced for Lee Productions Special thanks to: Bud O’Shea National Bank, . and Larry Cohn Manufactured by Epic Records/CBS, Inc. Printed in . The selections are ASCAP except where noted. -- Gatefold sleeve, Ennea lyrics inside. Printed inner sleeve Epic Undercover, Volume: 72E1/4. Matrix, Runout (Label A): AL 31097
Chase was the debut album by jazz-rock fusion band Chase. Bill Chase was already a well-established lead trumpet player when he decided to form his own band. He recruited three other veteran trumpet players and vocalist Terry Richards, backed them with a rock rhythm section, and created a band which merged both jazz and rock styles. The album was recorded in Chicago in November and early December 1970 and released in April 1971.
Слушайте и скачивайте chase 1972 ennea на Хотплеере в mp. Chase 1972 Ennea - 06 Woman Of The Dark 06:01. Chase 1972 Ennea - 05 I Can Feel It 02:55. Chase 1972 Ennea - 07 Cronus (Saturn) 04:48. Chase 1972 Ennea - 10 Aphrodite Part I (Venus) 01:59. Chase 1972 Ennea - 05 I Can Feel It 02:53. Chase 1972 Ennea - Full Album 40:21. Chase 1972 Ennea - 11 Aphrodite Part II (Venus) 03:41. Chase 1972 Ennea - 08 Zeus (Jupiter) 04:36. Chase 1972 Ennea - 09 Poseidon (Neptune) 02:33. Chase 1972 Ennea - 01 Swanee River 03:11. Chase 1972 Ennea - 01 Swanee River 03:12. Bill Chase 1972 Ennea - 02 So Many People 02:43. Bill Chase 1972 Ennea - 08 Zeus (Jupiter) 04:36
Chase's second album was released in 1972, the title "Ennea" being the Greek word for nine, the number of members in the band. The recording of the album was not without its problems, with both the lead singer and the drummer being replaced along the way. After their trumpet dominated debut album, "Ennea" saw band leader Bill Chase attempting to dilute the emphasis on that instrument. The brief single taken from the album "So many people" was included on the lavish CBS (Columbia) sampler "The music people". As such, it served for many people in the.
Chase 's second album appeared with high expectations, from within and without - and high ambitions as well - so it's ironic that Ennea fell so far short in critical reception and sales. There had been some personnel changes during the recording, although the group's core sound, anchored by bassist Dennis Johnson, was as solid as ever and right where it needed to be. And lots of virtuoso playing could be heard everywhere.
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Chase (Artist) Format: Vinyl. I just recently found the band Chase. My father introduced them to me about 2 weeks ago, and I bought their first album. Although, this album did not receive as good as a following, the trumpets are spectacular.